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Robert Harvey Chappell, Jr. was born 28 November 1926 in Clarksville, Va. He was the son of Robert Harvey Chappell and Edna Kathryn Lumpkin Chappell. He served in the U. S. Air Force 1944-1946. He graduated from the College of William and Mary. He was a lawyer, President of the Richmond Bar Association (1969-1970) and President of the Virginia State Bar Association (1977-1978). He was a student at William and Mary from 1945-1950 and a member of the Board of Visitors from 1970-1976.

R. Harvey Chappell (Robert Harvey) in the SCRC database.

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